Fears of being infected by the coronavirus or excluded by peers over differing views on anti-government protests are some of the major reasons of stress among Hong Kong’s secondary school students. Photo: Dickson Lee Fears of being infected by the coronavirus or excluded by peers over differing views on anti-government protests are some of the major reasons of stress among Hong Kong’s secondary school students. Photo: Dickson Lee
Fears of being infected by the coronavirus or excluded by peers over differing views on anti-government protests are some of the major reasons of stress among Hong Kong’s secondary school students. Photo: Dickson Lee

More Hong Kong secondary school students stressed amid pandemic and class suspension compared to last year, survey shows

  • Over 52 per cent of 4,443 pupils surveyed by Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups report a ‘high stress’ index of 7 or higher on a scale of 10
  • The figure was 41 per cent last year, and 37 per cent the year before

Topic |   Hong Kong schools
Fears of being infected by the coronavirus or excluded by peers over differing views on anti-government protests are some of the major reasons of stress among Hong Kong’s secondary school students. Photo: Dickson Lee Fears of being infected by the coronavirus or excluded by peers over differing views on anti-government protests are some of the major reasons of stress among Hong Kong’s secondary school students. Photo: Dickson Lee
Fears of being infected by the coronavirus or excluded by peers over differing views on anti-government protests are some of the major reasons of stress among Hong Kong’s secondary school students. Photo: Dickson Lee
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